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					                                   JEFF JURY
                ATTORNEY – MEDIATOR – ARBITRATOR
   DISTINGUISHED MEDIATOR                              DISTINGUISHED FELLOW
TEXAS MEDIATOR CREDENTIALING                        INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF
         ASSOCIATION                                         MEDIATORS

               B URNS A NDERSON J URY & B RENNER , L.L.P.
                           P.O. BOX 26300 • AUSTIN, TEXAS 78755-6300
                   (512) 338-5322 • (512) 338-5363 FACSIMILE • JJURY@BAJB.COM




STATEMENT OF PRACTICE
     I practice as a mediator and arbitrator in civil disputes, with a client practice representing
     businesses, professionals and entrepreneurs in business formation and operations, document
     creation, regulatory compliance, negotiations and litigation. My clients include construction
     and real estate-related businesses, as well as many different types of sales and service
     businesses.

     In addition to my dispute resolution achievements, I am an Associate Member of the
     American Board of Trial Advocates, and was honored with the Professionalism Award from
     the Austin Bar Association in 2009

EDUCATION
     ROCKFORD COLLEGE, Rockford, Illinois                                             1979 - 1982
     Bachelor of Arts, Political Science (Minor Concentration, Economics)

     BAYLOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW, Waco, Texas                                     1984 - 1986
     Doctorate of Jurisprudence, 1986

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT
     BAYLOR LAW SCHOOL, Waco, Texas

            ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR, 2009 -
            COURSE TAUGHT: ADVANCED TOPICS IN ADR (LAW 246)

     TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, San Marcos, Texas

            LECTURER, GRADUATE PROGRAM IN LEGAL STUDIES, DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL
                  SCIENCE, 2006, 2009
            COURSE TAUGHT: ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (POSI 5376)
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NEUTRAL PANEL AND ROSTER MEMBERSHIPS
      AMERICAN HEALTH LAWYERS ASSOCIATION

      BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU

      FINANCIAL INDUSTRY REGULATORY AUTHORITY

      NATIONAL FUTURES ASSOCIATION

PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP
       ELLOW, CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY DISPUTE RESOLUTION, UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
        F
        SCHOOL OF LAW, 2010

       ECIPIENT OF THE PROFESSIONALISM AWARD, AUSTIN BAR ASSOCIATION, 2009
        R

       OARD OF GOVERNORS, INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY OF MEDIATORS, 2009 – PRESENT
        B
        (CO-CHAIR, STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE 2010- )

       DITOR, THE TEXAS MEDIATOR (TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF MEDIATORS) 2009 - PRESENT
        E

       OVERNING COUNCIL MEMBER, STATE BAR OF TEXAS ADR SECTION, 2008- PRESENT
        G
        (CHAIR, WEBSITE COMMITTEE 2010 - )

       ORKING GROUP MEMBER, AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION FORUM ON THE
        W
        CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY, DIVISION 5 – CONTRACT NEGOTIATION, PERFORMANCE
        AND ADMINISTRATION, 2005 – 2008

       FFICIAL CASE DIGEST COMMENTATOR (ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION),
        O
        TEXASBARCLE.COM CASE DIGEST, 2004 – 2008

       RESIDENT (2003-2004), VICE-PRESIDENT (2002-2003), BOARD MEMBER (2001 –
        P
        2008, 2009 - PRESENT), DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER, AUSTIN, TEXAS

       HARTER MEMBER, TEXAS YOUNG LAWYER’S ASSOCIATION ENVIRONMENTAL
        C
        COMMITTEE 1990 - 1991

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS, SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND STATE BAR
APPOINTMENTS
      ARBITRATION

             PEAKER, “To Arbitrate Or Litigate: Does It Make A Difference?,” State Bar of
              S
              Texas Strategies for Damages and Attorneys’ Fees Seminar, Dallas, 2010

             PEAKER, “Arbitration: Another Point on the ADR Spectrum,” Austin
              “S
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                Association of Mediators, 2008

             ANELIST, “Things That Work in Trial That Don’t Work in Arbitration,” Joint
              P
              Meeting of the Austin Bar Association Litigation and ADR Sections, 2007

      BUSINESS AND EMPLOYMENT LAW -- DISPUTE RESOLUTION

             ANELIST, “The Big Debate – Hybrid Forms of Dispute Resolution,” Advanced
              P
              Commercial Mediation Institute, Association for Conflict Resolution 8th Annual
              Conference, Austin, 2008

             UTHOR, “United States Supreme Court Expands Standard for Title VII Anti-
              A
              Retaliation Claims: Burlington Northern v. White,” Texas Workers’ Comp
              Reporter, August 2006

             UTHOR, “Dispute Resolution – A Valuable Component of a Sound Business
              A
              Strategy,” Texas Workers’ Comp Reporter, July 2006

             RESENTED, “Mediating Business Disputes in the United States,” Trans-Atlantic
              P
              Mediation Practicum, Austin, 2004, 2006, 2008

             UTHOR, “Ask the Experts: What are Some Tips for Mediating Business
              A
              Disputes?” Austin Business Journal, November 7-13, 2003

             ANELIST, “Advanced Mediation of Commercial Disputes,” American Bar
              P
              Association Dispute Resolution Section Annual Conference, San Antonio, 2003

             EMBER, State Bar of Texas Pattern Jury Charge IV - Business, Consumer and
              M
              Employment Committee, 1998 – 2003

      CONSTRUCTION LAW AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION

             ONTRIBUTING AUTHOR, Construction Checklists: A Guide to Frequently
              C
              Encountered Construction Issues, American Bar Association, 2008

             UTHOR, “Everything Flows Downhill – Or Does It? Flow-Down Clauses In
              A
              Construction Contracts,” Construction Briefings (June 2007)

             UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Construction Site Safety Issues,” Half Moon L.L.C.,
              A
              Texas Construction Law for Engineers and Contractors, Corpus Christi and
              Lubbock, 2007

             RESENTER, “Complying With Texas Rules and Regulations on the Practice Of
              P
              Architecture” Half Moon L.L.C., Health, Safety and Welfare Issues for
              Architects, San Antonio, 2007

             UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Construction Contract Clauses in Motion – Phased
              A
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                  and Flow-Down ADR Clauses,” Austin Bar Association Construction Law
                  Section, 2007

                RESENTER, “Construction Contract Issues,” Half Moon L.L.C., Legal Issues for
                 P
                 Texas Professional Engineers, San Antonio, 2006

      ETHICS

                UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “The Ethics Buffet,” State Bar of Texas
                 A
                 Construction Law Conference, San Antonio, 2010

                OLUMNIST, Ethics Talk, The Texas Mediator, 2007 – 2009
                 C

                UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Ethical Issues in Construction Law,” Half Moon
                 A
                 L.L.C., Texas Construction Law for Engineers and Contractors, Corpus
                 Christi, Lubbock and El Paso, 2007

                RESENTER, “Complying with Texas Rules and Regulations on the Practice of
                 P
                 Professional Engineering” and “Ethics for Professional Engineers,” Half
                 Moon. L.L.C., Legal Issues for Texas Professional Engineers, San Antonio,
                 2005, 2006

                ANELIST, “Relationships and Responsibility: Ethics in Mediation,” Texas
                 P
                 Association of Mediators Annual Conference, Dallas, 2005

                UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Protecting the Confidentiality of Client
                 A
                 Communications Made Through Electronic Pathways,” Texas Association of
                 Defense Counsel Fall Seminar, Galveston, Texas, 1999

      FINANCIAL CRISIS ISSUES

                RESENTER, “Negotiating and Mediating in a Lousy Economy,” Austin Bar
                 P
                 Association, 2010

                UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “The U. S. Financial Crisis: A Clathrate Gun?”
                 A
                 Baylor General Practice Institute, Waco, 2009

                RESENTER, “Mediating Financial Crisis Matters,” Texas Association of
                 P
                 Mediators Annual Conference, Dallas, 2009

                RESENTER, “Mediating Commercial Cases in Times of Financial Crisis,”
                 P
                 Trans-Atlantic Mediation Practicum, Austin, 2009

                RESENTER, “A Caldron of Boiling Money Issues, Autumn 2008: Financial
                 P
                 Crisis Matters, The Trust Funds Statute, Net Worth Discovery, and Some
                 Things You Haven't Thought About Yet,” Austin Bar Association
                 Construction Law Section, 2008
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      INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DISPUTE RESOLUTION

             ROGRAM CHAIR AND PANEL MODERATOR, “Advanced Strategy and Tactics for
              P
              Intellectual Property Disputes,” American Bar Association Dispute Resolution
              Section Annual Conference, Atlanta, 2006

             ANEL MODERATOR, “Confronting Realities and Ethical Traps in IP ADR,”
              P
              American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section, Hot Topics in
              Entertainment and IP ADR, Las Vegas, 2005

             ROGRAM CHAIR AND PANEL MODERATOR, “Success Stories and New Twists in
              P
              IP ADR,” American Bar Association ADR Section Annual Conference, New
              York, 2004

             ANEL MODERATOR, “Using ADR in IP Disputes,” American Bar Association
              P
              Annual Convention, San Francisco, 2003

      MEDIATION TECHNIQUES AND PROCESSES

             ACILITATOR, “Basic Mediation Training,” University of Texas Center for Public
              F
              Policy Dispute Resolution, 2008, 2007

             PEAKER, “Use of Humor in Mediation,” Baylor Law School, Cutting Edge
              S
              Mediation Practice, Waco, 2008

             ANELIST, “Preparing for Mediation,” American Bar Association Dispute
              P
              Resolution Section, Advanced Mediation and Advocacy Skills Training, San
              Antonio, 2007

             RESENTER, “Tips for Successful Mediation,” Capital Area Trial Lawyers
              P
              Association, Austin, 2006

             RESENTER, “Trends in ADR,” Capital Area Trial Lawyers Association, Austin,
              P
              2004

             ANELIST, “Confidentiality of the Mediation Process,” Travis County Bench-Bar
              P
              Seminar XIII, Austin, 2003

             ANELIST, “Tips for Successful Mediation,” Travis County Bench-Bar Seminar
              P
              XII, Boerne, 2002

             RESENTER, “Representing Clients at Large Exposure Mediations,” Travis
              P
              County Bar Association Mediation Advocacy Techniques Seminar, Austin, 2001;
              Texas Association of Defense Counsel Spring Meeting, Las Vegas, 2001

             UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Mediation Advocacy,” Baylor Law School General
              A
              Practice Institute, 2002, 1999
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             ANELIST, “Declining Settlement Rates at Mediation,” Texas Association of
              P
              Mediators, Austin, 1998

      PERSONAL INJURY DISPUTE RESOLUTION

             UTHOR, “The Big Eagle Has Landed – With a Thud: Arkansas Department of
              A
              Human Services v. Ahlborn and Medicaid Set-Asides,” Alternative Resolutions
              (Summer 2006)

             UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Principled Negotiation of Personal Injury Claims,”
              A
              State Bar of Texas Approved Continuing Legal Education Class, Texas
              Department of Insurance Approved Continuing Education Course, presented in
              multiple locations, 2004 – present

             UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Strategy and Tactics for ADR in Personal Injury
              A
              Cases,” State Bar of Texas Advanced Personal Injury Seminar, San Antonio and
              Houston, 2002

             UTHOR AND PANEL MODERATOR, “The Effective Use of ADR in Personal Injury
              A
              Cases: A Mediator’s Viewpoint,” State Bar of Texas Advanced Personal Injury
              Course, Dallas and Houston, 2001

             EYNOTE SPEAKER, “Venue Liability - Sports Franchisees, Can You Rest At
              K
              Ease? Maybe Not, in Times Such as These,” Gulf Insurance Professional Sports
              Seminar, Dallas, 2001

      TRIAL ADVOCACY

             RESENTER, “Closing Argument,” Office of Attorney General Basic Civil Trial
              P
              Course, Austin, 2006, 2005, 2004, 1999

             UTHOR AND PRESENTER, “Making and Meeting Objections,” Travis County
              A
              Masters in Litigation Trial Tactics Seminar, 1999, 1998 and 1997

             O-CHAIR, Texas Association of Defense Counsel Trial Academy, 1993
              C

      APPELLATE DECISIONS AS LEAD COUNSEL FOR A PARTY

            Witkowski, et. al. v. Brian, Fooshee & Young Properties, et. al., 181 S. W. 3d
              824 (Tex. App. – Austin 2005, no pet. his.). Defense of summary judgment
              obtained in putative class action case alleging violations of “set-aside”
              requirements under Federal statutes governing the Affordable Housing
              Disposition Program.



            Rocha v. Faltys, 69 S. W. 3d 315 (Tex. App. – Austin 2002, no pet. his.).
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                Defense of “no duty” summary judgment obtained in drowning case.

            Perry, et. al. v. S.N., et. al., 973 S.W. 2d 301 (Tex. 1998). Defense of summary
              judgment in case of first impression before Texas Supreme Court on question of
              whether provision of Texas Family Code requiring certain professionals to report
              suspected incidents of child abuse can be basis for negligence per se cause of
              action.

            Brandon v. American Sterilizer Co., 880 S.W. 2d 488 (Tex. App. -- Austin 1994,
              no writ). Defense of favorable judgment and directed verdict in product liability
              case presenting issues regarding consumer standing under the Texas Deceptive
              Trade Practices Act.

				
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